- move (something) into a different position with a jerk；travel by hitchhiking
- a temporary interruption or problem；a knot used for fastening a rope to another rope or something else.
verb: hitch, 3rd person present: hitches, gerund or present participle: hitching, past tense: hitched, past participle: hitched
noun: hitch, plural noun: hitches
- 1. move (something) into a different position with a jerk she hitched the blanket around him he hitched his pants up 同義詞
- 2. informal travel by hitchhiking they hitched to Birmingham 同義詞
- ▪ obtain (a ride) by hitchhiking I hitched a ride up the road
- 3. fasten or tether with a rope he returned to where he had hitched his horse 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ harness (a draft animal or team) Thomas hitched the pony to his cart
- 1. a temporary interruption or problem everything went without a hitch
- 2. a knot used for fastening a rope to another rope or something else.
- ▪ North American a device for attaching one thing to another, especially the tow bar of a motor vehicle a trailer hitch
- 3. informal an act of hitchhiking.
- 4. North American informal a period of service his 12-year hitch in the navy